Every Marvel Studios Film And Disney+ Series Announced Through 2026


One of the original charms of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was that it was easy to watch and understand. For example, nobody needed to read every issue of Iron Man to love the character’s 2008 debut movie.

However, it now seems like keeping up with the MCU is just as difficult as keeping up with years of comic storylines. In fact, so much has been announced that the average fan doesn’t even know what to look for, much less when it will arrive.

This is where we come in. Ready to learn about every Marvel movie and Disney+ series announced through 2026? Here we go!

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (November 11, 2022)

Our next Marvel movie is the sequel to the insanely successful Black Panther. In the wake of Chadwick Boseman’s death, the role of the title character will go to a new character. Marvel has kept this info close to the chest, but the smart money is that the new Black Panther will be Shuri, T’Challa’s sister.

The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special (December 2022)

Before we see the Guardians again on the big screen, they will be appearing in this Disney+ holiday special. Considering this special is directed by James Gunn (hot off the success of his Peacemaker series), this is one to watch for.

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (February 17, 2023)

The Ant-Man movies have had a surprising habit of impacting the major plotlines of the MCU, and it looks like this will continue with Quantumania. This film will have our characters confront Kang the Conqueror, the latest big bad for the MCU, played by Jonathan Majors.

What If…? Season 2 (Early 2023)

The first season of the animated series What If…? introduced us to great stories from across the Marvel multiverse. Once the second season debuts on Disney+, you should pay close attention to cues that tell us more about the future of the MCU. 

Secret Invasion (Spring 2023)

Not all Skrulls are good guys, and these shapeshifting aliens have been infiltrating Earth for some time. In this Disney+ series, we’re going to see how Nick Fury and some unlikely allies deal with this unexpected invasion.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (May 5, 2023)

After a very long wait, we are finally getting a third Guardians of the Galaxy film from director James Gunn. It’s not yet clear whether this movie will focus on somehow saving Gamora, investigating Adam Warlock, or something else completely unexpected.

The Marvels (July 28, 2023)

The Marvels film looks to bring several powerful female heroes to the forefront. This movie stars Captain Marvel, Ms. Marvel, and Monica Rambeau and looks to be an ambitious sequel to the original Captain Marvel.

Loki: Season 2 (Summer 2023)

We know this Disney+ series will pick up on the threads from the first season. But not knowing the exact release date means we don’t know what Kang will have already done to the MCU by the time this season debuts.

Echo (Summer 2023)

After being introduced in Hawkeye, Maya Lopez (also known as Echo) is getting her own Disney+ series. Here’s hoping she continues the tradition of cool, kung-fu streetfighting begun by Daredevil in his original Netflix series.

Ironheart (Fall 2023)

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will introduce a new (well, new to the MCU, but not the comics) character named RiRi Williams. And in her solo Disney+ series, we’ll see the pratfalls she lands in once she devises her own version of Iron Man’s familiar technology.

X-Men ‘97 (Fall 2023)

If Kevin Feige has anything to say about it, fans can go home again. This Disney+ animated series looks to revamp the hit 1992 X-Men cartoon that ended in 1997, so chances are high this show will continue some of the plot threads from that original show.

Agatha: Coven of Chaos (Winter 2023)

Kathryn Hahn’s villain Agatha was the unexpected breakout star of WandaVision. Now, she’s getting her own dark comedy series that shows what happened after her last confrontation with Wanda.

Daredevil: Born Again (Spring 2024)

While the Netflix MCU shows were very popular, none made quite the impact of the first series: Daredevil. Now, Charlie Cox (who has been reprising this role in everything from Spider-Man: No Way Home to She-Hulk) is bringing his familiar cast of characters over to Disney+ for a new series.

Captain America: New World Order (May 3, 2024)

In the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, we saw Sam Wilson finally make peace with being the new Captain America. In this movie, star Anthony Mackie will be joined by Harrison Ford as General Ross, previously played by the late William Hurt. Based on what happens in the comics, this could mean Captain America will be facing Red Hulk!

Thunderbolts (July 26, 2024)

If you’ve never heard of Thunderbolts, it’s basically Marvel’s version of Suicide Squad from DC. And in this film, we’re going to see baddies and antiheroes like Winter Soldier, Red Guardian, Taskmaster, Ghost, U.S. Agent, Valentina Allegra de Fontaine, and the new Black Widow, played by Florence Pugh, fighting alongside each other toward the common good. 

Blade (September 6, 2024)

We might not have ever had an MCU if not for the early success of the New Line Cinema Blade movies paving the way in the late ’90s/early ’00s. Now, hype is high among audiences wanting to see Mahershala Ali step into Wesley Snipes’ boots as the titular half-vampire Daywalker. However, we’ll have to wait longer than expected, as this film was recently pushed back a year to Sept. 2024 following the departure of director Bassam Tariq.

Deadpool 3 (November 8, 2024)

It will be interesting to see the ultra-vulgar, ultra-violent Deadpool continue to push boundaries in his next movie, the first produced by Disney. And with the recent revelation that Hugh Jackman is going to return as Wolverine, November 2024 can’t get here soon enough.

Marvel Zombies (2024)

Marvel Zombies was a very popular comic book series and made for a memorable What If…? episode in the first season. Thanks to its popularity, sometime in 2024 we’re getting an entire Disney+ animated mini-series focusing on this grim world where the Marvel heroes are the walking dead.

Spider-Man: Freshman Year (2024)

Different Spider-Man cartoons have kept the brand alive throughout the decades. It only seems fitting, then, that Disney+ will get a Spidey cartoon showing us more of the early days of Peter Parker getting powers in the MCU. Reportedly, Tom Holland will not be voicing the role.

Fantastic Four (February 14, 2025)

Fantastic Four fans are hoping that the fourth time is the charm when it comes to maybe getting a good movie about this fabulous foursome. So far, we don’t know much about this movie, though Jon Krasinski’s appearance as Mr. Fantastic in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness may mean he reprises that role for this film. It will be directed by WandaVision‘s Matt Shakman.

Avengers: The Kang Dynasty (May 2, 2025)

As noted earlier, Kang the Conqueror is the new MCU big bad after the death of Thanos. This movie looks to showcase the big showdown with Kang after the previous events of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. It will be directed by Shang-Chi’s Destin Daniel Cretton.

Armor Wars (2025/2026)

Armor Wars will presumably focus on Don Cheadle’s James “Rhodey” Rhodes dealing with stolen Stark Technology just as Tony did in the comic book storyline of the same name. The movie, originally planned as a Disney+ TV series, will follow the events of 2023’s Secret Invasion, in which Cheadle will also appear. While no release date is set, Armor Wars might release in one of the slots currently occupied by unknown Marvel films: July 2025, November 2025, and February 2026.

Avengers: Secret Wars (May 1, 2026)

In this case, the “secret” in the title may as well describe how little we know about this movie. But based on the original comic storyline with this title, this could be an explosive finale to the multiverse and user in a new phase of the MCU. Black Panther‘s Ryan Coogler is reportedly in talks to direct.

Untitled Wakanda Disney+ Series (TBA)

Back in 2021, Ryan Coogler let slip that he was working on a Disney+ show focusing on Wakanda. Reportedly, the series will star Danai Gurira’s Okoye, the general of Wakanda’s band of warriors, the Dora Milaje.

Nova (TBA)

After Thanos destroyed the planetary home of the Nova Corp, Nova became the last surviving warrior. Now, we’re going to get a closer look at his intergalactic adventures in what may be a Disney+ Special Presentation in the vein of Werewolf by Night, according to The Cosmic Circus. It is being written by Sabir Pirzada, whose credits include Ms. Marvel and Moon Knight.

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